Canada is a multicultural country. Located in the cities of London (2 hours south-west of Toronto) and Oshawa (40 minutes east of Toronto), smaller communities like London and Oshawa are able to offer a more immersive English experience. Both cities are fun, friendly, welcoming and diverse.
Ottawa is Canada’s capital city (5 hours north-east of Toronto), and home to the federal government and global embassies. It is a bilingual center for Canada’s two official languages: English and French. From the city’s rich history and culture to its diverse communities and outdoors, Ottawa has much to offer year-round.
Time Zone = EST
London: Canada’s 11th largest city (population 450,000+) – nickname “The Forest City”
Oshawa: Canada’s 14th largest city (population 350,000+)
Ottawa: Canada’s 4th largest city (National Capital Region population 1,000,000+)
The weather offers 4 distinct seasons. Spring is the shortest and when plants are in bloom. Summers are long and warm. Autumns are crisp and colourful. Winter is mild, lasting from November to March, and it never gets too cold to enjoy outdoor activities such as skating, skiing and hockey.